Groove Armada - Soundboy Rock

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Album Review

Release date: 07 May 2007

Groove Armada - Soundboy Rock

Groove Armada

Soundboy Rock

Eager to shrug off their reputation as chillout bores, Groove Armada have stepped up their game with a couple of recent killer singles. ‘Get Down’ gives a spring-loaded platform to the awesomely elastic vocal talents of grime MC Lady Stush, and the brilliant ‘Song 4 Mutya (Out Of Control)’ is the best thing committed to wax by any current or former Sugababe since ‘Overload’. Groove...

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  • May 10, 2007

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